Diversity

Lu'au Preview

Students grow closer while preparing for the annual Lu'au at Pacific University.

Student Leaders Re-Launch Black Student Union

Feb. 17, 2014

The revitalized club is providing support and dialogue on campus.

Aloha Spirit

The annual Lu‘au is more than a feast. It’s a celebration of Hawai‘i culture, a learning experience and a connection to home for Pacific University’s many students from Hawai‘i. 

Dancing in a New Year

Feb. 21, 2013

Pacific University students ring in the Chinese, or Lunar, New Year with dancers from Portland.

Character Identity

Oct. 18, 2012
Theatre Department presents a devised play on identities and diversity at Pacific University.

Students portray diverse characters in The Pacific Identity Project.

The Character of Pacific

In The Pacific Identity Project, students explore the university’s history through diverse characters, real and fictional.

A New Hope

First-year optometry student Rebecca Wilbur and freshman Celine Yip are among the countless Pacific students who come for more than an education they come for hope for a different future, for themselves, their families and their communities.

Life of the Spirit

At Pacific University, students are looking for — or finding — ways to bring their spiritual practices to life on campus.

Scholarship and serendipity

April 2, 2012

Charlotte Basch '14, featured on the cover of the Spring 2012 issue of Pacific, has received a coveted national scholarship.

Memorabilia: Civil Discourse

Thirty years after it started, the Tom McCall Forum is remembered as an experiment that exceeded expectations, bringing national leaders to Pacific’s backyard to debate the hot issues of the day.

The legacy lives on today as the new Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation empowers Pacific University students to be active citizens and gives them a voice in local politics, campaigns and policymaking.